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to be my book for, i guess, the next couple weeks. >> next on booktv, danny danon argues israel will never reach its foreign policy goals while under the wing of the united states which he says count always have israel's -- doesn't always have israel's best interests at heart. this is just under an hour. [applause] >> shalom, good evening, everybody. it is my pleasure to be here with you, especially when you have such great weather in washington. almost like jerusalem at this time of the year. i am very happy to see so many people coming and showing an interest in my book, and i would like in the next 20 minutes to share with you not what you're going to read in the book, but what's behind the ideas. but first i want to think we all can agree that's what's happening in israel is important to the people who live in the united states of america. why? because we share the same values, the same principles, the same heritage and the same enemies. and because we are in the middle east today being attacked, so you have to ask yourself why those people are against the jewish nation in the middle e
. very clearly. we will wipe out israel. when the united states of america then we go after this sunday people, the christians to send you a message. you have to wake up many people think not in my backyard. if it is it is really is a year backyard. what is the connection between hezbollah and iran and venezuela? why do they work together and they fly a the slides from here to caracas? hatred of the shared values the american values of what you represent. this comes from our brand and will come to the shores of the united states. we will all remember the attack of 9/11. and to attack the towers of new york city, i can share with all due respect to our intelligence if al qaeda wanted to attack the towers but they chose to attack in the u.s. in washington d.c. to send a message. so for that i hope the united states whoever is elected will take a decision to stop the nuclear race today. something very interesting when you look at the arab leaders they are afraid from iran becoming nuclear so for that matter i think we would like to take action for the u.s. to sit idly by israel has to do i
he said that. the democrat party chair caught lying about israel's view of republicans. israel's deputy speaker respond. and chuck noris said the president is fundmentally transforming america. >> we can no longer sit quietly and watch our country go the way of socialism or something worse. chuck noris against a second term of president obama. ladies and gentlemen, governor mike huckabee. hello, everybody. and what a great audience we have here today and welcome to huckabee from the fox news studios in new york city. here is a confession we want to make to start the show. i am really, really glad that the political conventions are over! look, it is not that i am unhappy or don't care about politics, i do. unlike some people who eat it up in the way a spectator or overweight man in the man cave in front of the big screen tv and cheatos watching nfl. i like politics and i know what it is like to be on the field, but i have to tell you my favorite moment of all of the political conventions was this. >> now to get this convention was adjourned. >> and i am just glad it is over. two
east include his objections to israel's occupation of the west bank. and he is a rabbi. rabbi michael lerner. i admit that i'm not part of it necessarily that i'm a little bit and aware of a lot of things going on in the middle east and it's easy to lose track. if you have to tell someone who is in a coma for the last 25 years or clinic become a two year-old. what is the problem there. at the cannot resolve things. >>> we have to side struggling with each other. both sides are connected to a particular historical narrative to says we have the wreck is victims and the other guy is evil other. and we want to make peace in the middle east the first thing to do is change that narrative to both sides can hear the other side story and recognizable and open-heart and generous way that the other guys have a point and both sides of the narrative and that both sides has been cruel and unusual to each other >>> where the disbelief on each side? the tradition had done this point. orr's religious teaching oral the above? >>> they're both faced with post-traumatic stress disorder. both sides and vi
accountable on everything from god to abortion and even israel. the head of the democratic party sets the record straight. >> this is not talking points. this is factual. >> and reprogramming your brain to forget anything or anyone, even that ex. >> she looks at me like she doesn't even know who i am. >> that's right. remembering to forget. it's not hollywood's smoke in mirrors. some say it is possible. >>> thought politics was no joke? >> spend the rest of the interview explaining black things to me? >> yeah, yeah, yeah. >> the decision 2012 team is here and pulling no punches. >> hello, everyone. i've been away a while and so good to be back. this is what you sexpect from here here. we have a conversation we think should be more on television. most of you would have at dinner or over drinks without worrying about offender is critics. sometimes it gets heated and uncomfortable and not everyone agrees. not all of the time but it's honest and authentic and transparent. again, that's what this show is about. that said, it has been quite a week for the head of the democratic national com
. >> i don't acknowledge that. we hold politicians on god, abortion and israel. the head of the party set record straight. >> this is not talking. >> and reprogramming your brain to forget anything and anyone. even that ex. >> she doesn't even know who i am. >> that's right. remembering to forget. it's not hollywood smoke and mirrors. some say it is possible. thought politics was no joke? >> you are going to explain black things to me. >> the indecision 2012 team is here and pulling no punches. i have been away for a while. this is what you expect from me. you are about to watch a conversation that we think there should be more of on television. unlike most of you, you would not worry about offending critics and political parties orphans. sometimes it gets heated. sometimes it is uncomfortable and not everyone agrees. not all the time, but it's honest and it's authentic and transparent. again, that's what this show is about. it has been quite a week for the committee. debbie wassermann schultz is accused of overshadeeing the president's reelection bid. i invited her on to set the record s
to provoke israel and make sure our u.s. embassies are protected fully by the egyptian government. it's unconscionable this could happen on their watch. so it needs to be a point of discussion. we need to be careful about starting to pull out of places that we don't understand the changes that are happening and we don't understand the intelligence and military roles yet and what this muslim brotherhood is trying to do. we should walk into that decision, not run into it. >> speaking of israel, what do you make of this decision the white house telling the israeli government, prime minister netanyahu coming to the united states that the president won't be able to meet with him because of scheduling conflicts. this comes at a time of tension between the u.s. and israel over iran and its nuclear program. what do you make of this? >> they are in a really tough neighborhood and there's a lot of uncertainty that surrounds them. the one thing that they clearly need is certainty from the united states on where we are. this just shows to me, it's just another example that highlights this problem
be being shaped by the memory of the holocaust and the politics of israel. we can find no to more interesting people to discuss this topic for many, many reasons. first, a former 3-term mayor of new york city, ed koch. [applause] people forget, i do not, but people forget that he actually started out in congress. so with the discussion that we are talking about, it's not merely about his days as america also, he, too, has run for congress and knows what that means. i think in his more recent you can think of him as a kingmaker in guiding the jewish vote. many people -- well, he may not agree to this, but he made many people think of him as a king maker of sorts of where the jewish vote is headed in that is another reason to have him. and he may disown the kingmaker title, but to some degree our next guest, congressman bob turner might say that the support of the mayor had given was in fact helpful. >> it was beyond helpful. was critical. >> all right. let's go back. a king maker. >> bob turner is in fact, a brooklyn congressman in his first term. very decent and likable man. very
. >> in his speech before the united nations general assembly, mahmoud amidin jab, he railed against israel and the west and their interference with his country. the u.s. and israel have repeatedly warned iran not to build a nuclear bomb. iran insists that its nuclear energy is not weapons grade but for peaceful purposes like medical treatments. on thursday, israel's prime minister netanyahu had none of it. >> so at this late hour, there's only one way to peacefully present iran from getting atomic bombs and that's by placing a clear red line on iran's nuclear weapons program. red lines don't lead to war. red lines prevent war. >> the prime minister has urged the u.s. to set clear nuclear thresholds for iran. red lines, he said, meaning if iran crosses a red line, military action will be taken by israel. question, in the "wall street journal" this week, alan dershowitz called on obama to forget netanyahu's red line based on a qualifiable amount of enriched uranium and instead declare a black line. the u.s. will not tolerate iran to be in possession of nuclear arms. so who's right? the red l
at the convention? and-- >> i didn't say he said that. >> the democratic party chair caught lying about israel's view of republicans. israel's deputy speaker responds. plus chuck norris says the president is fundamentally transforming america. >> we can no longer sit quietly or stand on the sidelines and watch our country go the way of socialism or something worse. >> chuck norris, the conscious for barack obama. >> ladies and gentlemen, governor mike huckabee. [applause] hello, everybody. what a great audience we've got here today. and welcome to huckabee from the fox news studios in new york city. okay. here is a little confession i want to make to start the show. i'm really, really glad that the political conventions are over. [applause] >> now, look, it is not like that i'm unhappy or don't care about politics because i do. i mean, unlike some people who just eat it up in the same way that some spectator, now, some overweight fan sitting around in his man cave-in front of the big tv screen, and stuffing cheetos in his face and liking the nfl like that. i like politics and noi what it's li
in the middle east, the prime minister of israel, benjamin netanyahu. have relations between his country and the u.s. have hit a new low over the looming nuclear threat from iran? >> those in the international community that refuse to put red lines before iran don't have a moral right to place a red light before israel. >>> sorting out u.s. options in the middle east, consequences for the region and the political impact in november. our political roundtable. joining us, the first muslim elected to the u.s. congress, democratic representative from minnesota, keith ellison. the chairman of the homeland security committee, new york republican congressman, peter king. author of the new book, "the price of politics," "the washington post's" bob woodward. "the atlantic's" jeffrey goldberg. and nbc's chief foreign affairs goldberg. and nbc's chief foreign affairs correspondent andrea mitchell. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good morning. relative calm this morning in the middle east after several days of intense anti-american protests raged across many parts of the islamic wo
of muslims. meanwhile the president rejected a request to meet with israel's prime minister at the united nations general assembly later this month. the white house cited scheduling conflicts. the president's schedule to be on the campaign trail when benjamin netanyahu will be in this country. and the so-called convention bounce in the polls for president obama seems to have already dissipated a brand new "abc washington post poll" of likely voters has the president leading governor romney now by one point. yesterday the president was in resurgence and tonight, he is in a statistical tie within the margin of error. the frosty and sometimes outright hostile relationship between president obama and prime minister netanyahu took a turn for the worst today as the president's schedule apparently won't permit him to might with the leader of this nation's main ally in the middle east. fox news chief white house correspondent ed henry has the report. >> just days after taking jerusalem out of the democratic platform sparked chaos at their convention -- >> in the opinion of, let me do that again.
a peace treaty with israel, for egypt to continue to be a strong partner. let's be clear. the government, once president obama called president morsi, immediately in egypt, the security forces came out and have provided very significant protection. same in tunisia, same in libya, same in yemen. and all of these leaders have very forcefully conveyed their condemnation of what had transpired. >> there were conflicting messages from morsi. in arabic, they said protest. in english, they said protect. >> what has happened is that the egyptian government has protected our facilities. our embassy is open today. things are calm. and morsi has repeatedly been clear in his condemnation of what has occurred. we are in these partnerships, david, over the long-term. despite the bumpy path and the disturbing images, it's in the united states fundamental interest that people have the ability to choose their own governments, that the governments be democratic and free. that's in our long-term best interest. we need to reinforce that. >> we are in the middle of a heated presidential campaign. there are d
election. former mayor koch has been a vocal critic of president obama's policy toward israel. he still supports the president. but also discuss the wars in iraq and afghanistan and u.s. relations with the middle east. from fordham university law school in new york, this is about an hour and a half. >> we are here again once again in connection with this conference dedicated to examining the 2012 presidential election, and the way it may be being shaped by the memory of the holocaust and the policy of israel. and we can find no to more interesting people to discuss this topic for many, many reasons. first, the former three term mayor of new york city, ed koch. [applause] people forget, i do not, but people forget that mayor koch act to start out in congress. so the discussion that watauga is not merely about his days as a member also he two, has run for congress and knows what that means. i think in this more recent vintage, mayor koch can be thought of as a kingmaker in guiding the jewish vote. many people, well, he may not agree to this but he may actually many people think of him as
on his relationship with president obama. he also believes israel and the united states can work together to prevent iran from developing nuclear weapons. >> is israel closer to taking action into its own hands? >> we always reserve the right to act, but i think if we are able to coordinate together a common position, we increase the chances that neither one of us will have to act. >>> meanwhile, the obama administration today pushing back against prime minister netanya netanyahu's statement that iran is even close to making enriched uranium for weapons. >> they're not there yelt. they are not there yet. our assessment is, and we share this regularly with our israeli counterparts in the intelligence and defense community, that there is time and space for the pressure we are mounting, which is unprecedented in terms of sanctions to still yield results. this is not imminent. >>> turning to the campaign trail now. mitt romney had an event scheduled for colorado later today. it was his only campaign event of the weekend. that event canceled after an unrelated incident at pueblo's airport. he
israel is in the minds of people about iran's nuclear weapons ambitions, i would say the way leaked to the -- >> [inaudible] >> not many people -- it's always easier to make a form of statements, you know, until they may not even believe but this is the way in politics, but when the day comes, not many would like iran to have a bomb for reasons that are clear. >> did you know any active scientists that were assassinated in r & d? did you know any of them? >> sure, we followed world -- >> did you personally know any of them? >> oh, no. but would it have been useful >> if i could add one thing. seldom seen, any event, anywhere in the world in which the spin both before and afterwards has been so intense about whether it was a victory for iran, was it a victory for the u.s., was it a victory for morsi, who lost or won. i would say a couple of things. first of all, i think whatever benefits iran drew from it and there were certainly some were probably bigger as a result of the campaign to prevent ban ki-moon from going there in the first place. had there not been that much of a campaig
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is serious. this is a classic lose-lose situation. if israel attacks iran or the u.s. does, there will be bad consequences. if we allow iran to build a bomb, that will also be really bad consequences. either way, the united states loses. >> lose-lose, colby? >> the president had declined to meet with prime minister netanyahu. one of the statements made by the press is that you could say this about u.s.-israel relationships. this thing has hit rock bottom. take this out a presidential politics. the israelis are in a really bad plays. it is a bad neighborhood with a bad neighbor. it is inevitable that they will have to do something about that regime. it is a question of timing. something will have to happen because i ran as a threat. >> let me say a word about relationship between israel and the united states. last july, they told wolff led to the president obama has done more for the security of israel than anyone remembers in the past. >> it's clear that netanyahu does not agree with that. it is hard to think back to a presidential campaign in which a foreign figure has inserted themselves so
and agreements, such as the camp david accords with israel and things like that. >> richard, here's what he said about the palestinians. >> translator: just as you supported the revolutions, i call upon you to lend your support to the palestinians to regain the rights of the people struggling to gain freedom and establish an independent state. >> what message is he sending to israel? >> you know, he's going to be all things to all people, but he's keeping the agreements with israel, but he did tell this general assembly, the palestinian issue is the number one thing for the world, he's saying, and, of course, we had big changes elsewhere in the region. palestinians still in that same situation, no mat cher side you may be on. he complained about settlements made by israel. tomorrow at the u.n., president abbas of the palestinians may announce that the palestinians want nonobserver state status here at the u.n. a little bit of a step down from last year's full statehood that they want. that's still significant. the general assembly does not have any vetoes to block that action like the security c
history. >> the chairman of the democratic national committee got a sharp rebuke from israel's ambassador to the united states today. it happened after --by waserman schultz reportedly said michael orin told her republican criticism of president obama's record is "dangerous to israel." in a statement, ambassador orrin shot back. "i categorically deny saying anything harm to feel israel. we have great friends on both sides of the aisle. dnc invists that waserman schultz didn't say it easier and what jeopardizes the security is suggestion for partisan gain. at the same time, the platform clearly recognizeded jerusalem as capital of israel nowhere in this year's platform does the statement exist. only pledge that the president will maintain an unshakable commitment to israel security. the democratic platform is sharp contrast to what romney said. >> it's moving experience be jerusalem capital of israel. >> they pounced on the change saying it's unfortunate that the democratic parity embraced obama's shameful refusal to announce jerusalem as the capital. in 1-888-jewish voters voted overwhelm
're testing long range missiles that could maybe hit israel, maybe go further. the u.s. has 5,000 nuclear warheads. israel has somewhere between 100 and 200 nuclear warheads. maybe iians would listen to that more than drawing a picture. no offense to prime minister. show the warheads you have. >> andrea: kimberly, earlier in the week, president become bam said we will walk aside you, alongside of israel in the peace process. not we will stand behind you, we will back you up. but he did say well, israel is an ally. >> kimberly: we will walk beside you but not meet with you. >> andrea: if i'm netanyahu don't you feel insecure? >> kimberly: of course you do. i don't think he can rely on the united states under the president's direction of the administration. that is a real crisis of consequence here that they are facing. this isn't a political decision for the israelis or for netanyahu. matter of survival. for president obama it's a matter of politics. what can he do? what is popular? what can he do in terms of the votes. he has to appease the voting electorate here that is upset with him in
for israel's prime minister to take his turn at u.n. general assembly any moment now. joining me first, former u.s. ambassador to israel, dennis ross, who held top jobs in middle east policy including iran and three administrations, the obama white house. a midder middle east diplomacy for msnbc and washington institute. dennis, let's talk about what netanyahu signaled he's doing today, demanding an ultimatum to iran on its nuclear program something the administration, the white house, has insisted they needambiguous. who is right here? >> imnot sure there is as wide a gap as you think. i believe what you're seeing is an agreement on the objective of making certain that iran cannot have nuclear weapons and then also i think agreeing that you have to come up with some kind of threshold to know when the objective of prevention has a meaning and it doesn't lose its content. i do think where the prime minister's coming from is, he wants to put, i think, a premium on having a clear definition of what's the point past which if iran crosses that particular line or tloesh hohreshold you'r long
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